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Space Ship One - 1/32 Scale Model - with Landing Gear Down

SpaceShipOne - 1/32 Scale Mahogany Model
Ansari X-Prize Version - Highly Detailed Model - Silent Thunder Series

SpaceShipOne with Landing Gear Down - 1/32 Scale Large Mahogany Model
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SpaceShipOne with Landing Gear Down - 1/32 Scale Large Mahogany Model





Click for larger image!Scaled Composites Space Ship One and launch plane White Knight on the tarmac at Mojave Spaceport/Airport.Aviation Pioneer Burt Rutan with an STM modelClick for larger image!
Scaled Composites Spaceship One and launch plane White Knight on the tarmac at Mojave Spaceport/Airport.

This model is hand crafted with no decals, configured with SpaceShipOne solo and with landing gear down, including the SpaceShipOne logo in color etched brass on the display base.
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SpaceShipOne
with Landing Gear Down
Hand Painted Mahogany Model
1/32 scale
10 3/4" inch length
10" inch wingspan

Price: $199.00

$19.90 shipping/handling
 

1/32 scale SS1 with landing gear down.18 April 2006
Just a quick note to pass along to you and the Silent Thunder team how delighted I am with my SpaceShipOne model that I received today.

In addition to your outstanding attention to detail, I find the larger sized SS1, in the delicate approach to landing configuration, to be particularly compelling. Thank you for capturing in such a splendid manner the little space ship that could!

Astronaut Brian Binnie signing a model for one of our customers at a show in New Jersey.Best wishes,
Brian Binnie
SS1 Pilot | Ansari X Prize
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SpaceShipOne Wins $10 Million Ansari X-Prize - October 4th, 2004
MOJAVE, Calif. (Reuters) SpaceShipOne and White Knight, the world's first privately funded manned spacecraft, on Monday reached space for the second time in less than a week to win a $10 million prize designed to spur commercial space travel. The stubby, three-seat rocket plane hurtled to a height of 368,000 feet traveling at more than three times the speed of sound to reach space on the last of two flights required to win the Ansari X Prize. "We are proud to announce that SpaceShipOne has made two flights to 100 kilometers (62 miles) and has won the Ansari X Prize," Peter Diamandis, founder of the X Prize announced to reporters at Mojave airport. We are taking special orders for the SpaceShipOne Model.


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